EBC Landmarks In Indian Legal & Constitutional History by V. D. Kulshreshta, Sumeet Malik Edition 2021
The new 12th edition of this classic and popular work is a comprehensive treatise on Legal and Constitutional History of India, and has been thoroughly revised and updated. An analytical survey of the recent legal developments and a lucid account of the important phases in the development of legal system in India are the highlights of the book.
The book likewise contains a thorough rundown of the relevant landmark Supreme Court judgments along with succint subject-matter.
This revised Edition has been divided into five parts, viz., Constitutional History of India; Legislature; Executive; Judiciary; and Post Independence Development.
Further, the revising author has systematically arranged and rewritten many parts of this book, expanding on pre- existing topics.
EBC ExplorerTM (www.ebcexplorer.com) provides Free Online access to important cases, indicated by Case PilotTM, articles, useful links related to the topics discussed in the book, updates, a discussion forum, and a host of other learning resources.
The book will prove to be immensely useful to law students, researches, academicians and all those who want to have a better understanding of the India legal and Constitutional history.
The Academy Law Review: “It is fabulous to note that the author has touched the relevant subject in depth, with a synopsis and introduction so that the reader can reach to relevant portion without any sort of confusion.”
Cochin University Law Review: “The book would retain its predominant place among the students of law and seekers of Indian legal and constitutional history. It is still the most succinct and comprehensive work that the original author envisaged it to be and one of the authoritative compilations in the area.”
Kerala Law Journal: “A thorough and perspective treatment of the subject makes this work unique and will prove to be indispensable not only for students of law and law teacher but also for all those who want to have better analysis of the Indian legal and constitutional history.”